Kumho Road Venture MT KL71 Tire Reviews
(Based on 15 Reviews)
bought a set of 2 for winter last year. slapped them on my RWD open diff ranger, worked better than chains. above 35 mph the noise is the same as street tires, and one year of use only wore the tread by 1/32-3/32. just bought another 2 to match.
I purchased these tires mainly because of price and wanted the look. They do what the name says, road venture. I put them on a 1976 CJ7. Drives better than 32 all terrains before or 33x12.50's. I did not sipe them due to rocks when offroad which is only about 4 times a year. I do not intend on drivingit on icy roads.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Great Tire for the money! Road noise is less than my last set of Toyo'sBy submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Haven't driven for very long, so nothing to review for wet, winter, or tread loose at this time. They ride a little softer than my old tires. Freeway noise is about the same. They are quieter making sharp turns in parking lots, it no longer sounds like I'm doing burnouts. The price was very reasonable, at this time I would buy them again.By submitting a review, each person received a sweepstakes entry.
Very pleased with these tires also looks very aggressive on my truck get a lot of Complements On them
I bought these for a 2016 Jeep Rubicon and so far I'm very pleased. The highway road noise is minimal and the off road performance has been great. I have not yet been able to test on wet roads or snow. They do great in sticky clay and on mountain roads. They clean out nicely and handle well on gravel roads.
I did a lot of research on these tires and have not found any bad reviews. They are MT's but they really don't have the sound most do. They are directional with a. V pattern so I think a lot of research and consideration went into the development of these. I originally started looking at these because i was so satisfied with my Firebirds performance and handling using the ECSTA with the V pattern.
Love my Kumho Road Venture MT KL71 tires. The tires look mean. I got 18R 12.50x35 size tires. I figured they would be noisy because of how aggressive they look, but I promise you they make no noise what so ever. I've only had them for 1000 miles so not sure how long the tread will last BUT so far my tires still look brand new. The handling on them is great as well. To my in my own opinion. These tires are just as good as Toyo Open Country tires if not better. I've had toyo open country tires before my Kumho and I would say I like the Kumhos better.
Great tires haven't had a chance to take them off road or in the snow but as far as everything else these tires cant be beat and at a great price you cant ask for more.
Very aggressive tire. They are on my 92 chevy mason dump 4x4 and have made a huge positive difference. I had Coopers on before that were horrible off road. These tires are great for traction but tear up everything. Be careful driving on lawns as there will be no lawn after they rip turf out. I learned the hard way.
These tires are awesome. Extremely hard to find. I lucked out by stumbling on Simpletire.com after about 2 months of being without my truck. These tires are all around great tires. I actually took them out 4 wheel driving and they performed great. Nothing bad to say about them other then the astronomical price. Simpletire.com was actually the only site that carried these tires and there price wasn't so bad compared to what the other were asking if they had them in stock.
look great on the cruiser. decent all around tire